Category Archive: South Africa

Nov 26

Our introduction to Wine Tasting in South Africa

  The Western Cape province is a great bastion of wine tourism in South Africa. We easily accessed it from our first stop in Cape Town. What’s great for wine lovers is that just driving 20 minutes outside the city we came into contact with wonderful vineyards.

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Oct 25

Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town South Africa

  Undoubtedly when you imagine what a trip to South Africa looks like stunning Cape Town probably makes up part of a majority of your mental image. It is easy to see why, the stunning formations of earth and the majestic oceans and bays create memorable scenes. 

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Jul 30

Review: Home From Home Apartments Gordon’s Bay

  Cape Town and its surrounding environs are absolutely stunning from almost any place one chooses to stay in the city. The vast stretch of bays and coastline extend far beyond downtown hotels and apartments. We found this out when looking to stay in nearby Gordon’s Bay more convenience to drive further inland. It proved …

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Jul 07

A wonderful wineshop in Franschhoek, South Africa

  In the heart of South Africa’s Cape Winelands district there are many lovely towns with vineyards and estates. The possibility for tastings is seemingly endless and there are very good purchases to be had at all the wineries. If you want a good selection from all around, selected by a shopkeeper with a discerning …

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Jun 20

Terblans: A recommended hike in South Africa’s garden route

  Our recent trip to the Western Cape Region of South Africa showed us that the “Garden Route” isn’t just one leisurely stretch of road. It is hours and kilometers of some of the most scenic and changing landscape you can dare to come across. The sheer variety of fields, forests, mountains, capes, lagoons and …

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